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this 10-year-old a message she said she had for president obama. >> translator: does he want his kids to be like us? aren't we just like them? when we get bigger, we are going to write, "obama didn't help us" she said. secretary kerry made it clear today the u.s. wants to help. and is preparing to act. >> the images of entire families dead in their beds, human suffering that we can never ignore or forget. anyone who could claim that an attack of this staggering scale could be contrived or fabricated needs to check their conscience and their own moral compass. >> reporter: the syrian regime denies it ever used chemical weapons. syrian rebels tell us that assad has used them at least 30 times since this war began and this latest case was just the most flagrant. lester? >> richard engel in turkey tonight, thanks. >>> there is some late developments out of washington regarding possible u.s. action against syria. andrea mitchell our chief foreign affairs correspondent. andrea, what are you hearing tonight? >> reporter: officials are telling me, lester, they're going to provide intelligence
for the u.s. and russia after president obama abruptly cancels a summit with vladimir putin. tonight, what's behind the decision and what it means. >>> moving on. a house of horrors where three women were held captive is torn down as one of the victims rises up to start a new life. >>> pool safety. tonight the issue getting urgent new attention over those drain covers at the bottom of the pool. >>> and must-see tv. more than 30 cameras capturing their every moves in one of the best new shows in black and white. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. i'm lester holt sitting in tonight for brian. while the cold war has been over for more than 20 years the growing chill of late between washington and moscow became downright frosty today as president obama called off his planned meeting with russia's vladimir putin. a response to russia's grant of asylum to admitted american spy edward snowden, but the split goes deeper than that and highlights the failure of the two most powerful men in the world to come to terms on dealing with everything from syria's brutal regime to arms control. mea
president obama encountered new criticism on how he's handling that relationship. our report tonight from white house correspondent kristin welker with the vacationing president on martha's vineyard. >> reporter: president obama on the golf course during his first full day of vacation with cameras capturing a moment of frustration. back in washington, his foreign policy frustrations played out on the sunday talk shows. while republicans have generally backed mr. obama's surveillance programs, they've also said he's been too soft on russia and accused nsa leaker edward snowden. >> mr. snowden's being granted asylum in russia is a signal of incredibly bad relations between the united states and russia. and mr. putin putting his thumb right in america's eye. >> reporter: senator john mccain argued that the president underestimated his russian counterpart. >> and i know they like to focus on body language, and he's got that kind of slouch looking like the bored kid in the back of the classroom. >> the president comparing him to the kid in the back of the classroom, i think is very indicative
. delivered his famous "i have a dream" speech 50 years ago today. president obama headlined a chorus of speakers saluting the racial justice that changed this country. a lot more on that in a few minutes. >>> but first, the remmings in this city about a possible military attack against syria as early as this week over its use of chemical weapons. tonight the pentagon says the u.s. military is ready to attack but in an interview this evening president obama says he has not made a decision to order a military strike. and new pressure on the president. the speaker of the house is demanding he make the case for any military action against syria. we want to begin our coverage with nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell in our washington newsroom. andrea, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. diplomacy came to a dead end at the united nations when the russians again blocked any action against syria. but tonight the president faces a new political challenge as you mentioned from the republican speaker of the house, asking how a military strike serves america's
. that is the very latest from cascade, idaho. >> thanks. it is august and like many americans, president obama packed up and headed for the beach today. for the president it's a little tougher to leave his troubles behind, especially the day after he tried to persuade skeptics the surveillance program is necessary for national security. kristen welker reports from massachusetts tonight. >> president obama began his-day family vacation this afternoon. even on martha's vineyard there was no break from the ongoing debate about his administration's controversial program. >> although i understand the necessity of them for my own protection, i'm concerned that there is no control as to how far they go. >> i am more concerned about safety of the country than any individual liberties. >> on friday the president tried to calm the public by announcing new measures aimed at enhancing transparency and strengthening oversight and the program that governs them. >> we can be more transparent. >> there is sharp disagreement. some are encouraged -- >> i like the fact that steps have been announced, but we won'
of sinkholes. tonight, a rare look deep down, where all those problems begin. >>> paying the price for obama care. designed to provide health care for all, but some businesses are cutting back to avoid the costs, doing some american workers more harm than good. >>> and the baby boom. for a lot of couples who have struggled to have a child, including new dad jimmy fallon, sharing his story tonight with savannah guthrie. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. i'm lester holt sitting in tonight for brian. if you've found yourself in front of a computer lately trying to find cheap air fair, then you know how frustrating it can be. it's no secret there are fewer seats to be had as airlines have cut capacity. and a wave of mega mergers have swept names like northwest, continental and airtran into history. today the government put its foot down and blocked the merger between american airlines and us airways, which combined would be the world's biggest airline. contrary to what those two carriers have been saying, the deal will reduce competition and force us all to pay more to fly. nbc's tom
the obama administration says some of it is under review, saudi arabia, which is a big backer of egypt's military-led government, says it will compensate for any cuts from washington. >> richard engel in cairo for us tonight, thanks. >>> in pakistan, a dramatic turn of events there involving the former president and army general pervez musharraf. he has been indicted in an alleged murder plot in the assassination of prime minister benazir bhutto in 2007. she was the first and only woman elected to lead pakistan. musharraf was an important friend of the u.s. following the 9/11 attacks. he has pleaded not guilty. >>> still ahead here tonight, sounding the alarm. a leaked report about the danger happening all around us tonight. ann curry from the top of the world with a firsthand look as the water rises. >>> later, two extraordinary groups of american heroes facing off and making a difference on hallowed ground. >>> tonight a leaked report from one of the world's most prestigious group of scientists, winners of the nobel prize, has a lot of people taking notice because of the alarming con
the administration is trying to find some kind of international collusion. >> the obama administration is trying to build an international coalition as it determines how to respond. second of state john kerry worked the phones today. president obama spoke with the president of france just hours ago. the urgency here at the white house is palpable. as protesters rally outside the white house urging the obama administration to help syria. >> the people of syria -- >> reporter: top officials continue to huddle inside to determine how to respond. according to one administration official based on the number of victims and other evidence, there is very little doubt at this point that a chemical weapon was used by the syrian regime in this incident. the administration remains skeptical about granting access to the site. one official called the move, too late to be credible. the british foreign secretary also has doubts. >> we have to be realistic now about what the u.n. team can achieve. >> reporter: defense secretary chuck hagel says he is getting ready for the next steps. >> palm has asked the defens
, whose leader met with president obama thursday, and where there have been at least three covert u.s. drone strikes this past week alone. >> i thanked the president and his government for the strong cooperation they have offered when it comes to counterterrorism. >> reporter: the british are closing their embassy in yemen for two days and withdrawing personnel. members of congress were briefed by the vice president and other top officials. >> but it is a very serious threat. probably the most detailed threat, specific threat i've seen in the last five to ten years. >> when you have the actionable intelligence about a potential attack, you take the steps necessary to protect personnel. >> reporter: and tonight, brian, officials say that president obama will continue to be updated on the potential threat on a regular basis and has directed his national security team to take all appropriate steps to protect the american people. brian? >> all right. andrea mitchell starting off our coverage from our d.c. newsroom tonight. andrea, thanks. and we want to bring in our nbc counterterrorism
of caution because of the muslim holy month of ramadan. back from camp david, president obama is getting regular briefings by his national security team on the threat that has shuddered posts in north africa and the middle east. >> there's been a lot of chatter, chatter means conversations among terrorists about the planning that's going on, very reminiscent of what we saw pre-9/11. >> reporter: according to two top u.s. officials, the terror plot could include one large attack or simultaneous attacks around the world. but the intelligence still isn't crystal-clear. embassies and consulates from cairo to kabul are bracing themselves. although the streets of kabul were calm today, the embassy was still closed and will remain on high alert. of the compound has been a target in the past by insurgents, particularly by the haqqani network, an al qaeda affiliated group. national security officials told nbc news today the threat is coming directly from al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, based in yemen, a terror group getting stronger in recent years. >> it's more dangerous because now we have w
. >>> forcing his hand, president obama makes changes to america's once-secret surveillance program after a explosive disclosure by a man he once dismissed as a hacker. >>> desperate hours, the feds make a big discovery in the frantic search for a missing girl. tonight the manhunt closing in on a suspected killer. >>> and making a difference. wounded veterans on an underwater mission to heal the planet and themselves. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening, i'm lester holt sitting in tonight for brian. the weather folks call it a stalled front, a weather system packed with rain that just won't budge. if you're watching us tonight across a wide stretch of the country from oklahoma to west virginia, be prepared for another drenching and more flooding. the rain totals have been astounding. in some places, 10 inches in a single night, destroying homes, businesses, and turning some streets into raging rapids. and tonight, there have been more deaths. nbc's kerry sanders is in nashville for us again tonight. kerry, what's it look like there now? >> reporter: well, good evening, lester. wit
presented some tough choices for the obama administration, given egypt's close ties with this country and its pivotal role in the middle east. and there was more debate today on a central question, should the u.s. suspend military and economic aid to egypt? nbc's kristen welker is with the president on martha's vineyard. >> reporter: as president obama wrapped up his vacation on martha's vineyard today, his policy toward egypt came under sharp criticism in washington. >> we have no credibility. >> reporter: senator john mccain, who recently traveled to egypt at the request of president obama and who initially opposed cutting off the $1.3 billion in u.s. military aid to the country, now argues that given the ongoing violence, aid should end. >> when we threaten something, as we did that we would cut off aid, the administration did, and then not do it, then you lose your credibility and your influence. >> reporter: and while some fellow republicans disagreed -- >> i would be reluctant to cut off aid. obviously, we should use it as a bargaining wedge. >> reporter: there was also mounting
, they come just 24 hours after president obama weighed in, too, saying that gay athletes should simply bring home the gold. here's abc's kirit radia. >> reporter: today, thousands turned out at demonstrations across europe. many calling for more protests when russia hosts the winter olympics next year in sochi. on friday, president obama added his voice. >> and if russia doesn't have gay and lesbian athletes, then it will probably make their team weaker. >> reporter: the law is so broadly defined, just speaking about homosexuality or wearing rainbow colors in public could lead to fines, deportation, even jail. some are now calling for a boycott of the sochi games. president obama rejected that idea. >> one of the things i am really looking forward to is maybe some gay and lesbian athletes bringing home the gold or silver or bronze. >> reporter: some openly gay athletes also oppose a boycott. >> when you practice and you train for 15, 20 years of your life, you essentially, this is your golden moment. >> reporter: in the u.s., a movement to boycott russian products, including vodka, is growin
. you probably have not heard the last of this one. obama took part in an outing while vacationing in martha's vineyard. he played golf with a top aide, the white house chef and another friend. not have any planned public appearances but will continue to receive his daily briefings on national security issues while on vacation. the weather is perfect for golf and other activities, but what is in store? >> we are looking at a quiet evening ahead, and that's good news if you're looking forward to the meteor showers as we move through the overnight hours. we will talk about that in a few minutes. the doppler radar is mainly quiet and dry with a few showers popping up to the west of harrisonburg. but it will not amount to much as we move through the evening hours. amateurs are quite comfortable. the eveningthrough hours, temperatures will eventually fall into the upper 70s to low and middle 80s. we cannot rule out the chance for a shower or two and a rumble of thunder well south of the ecb dead ec metro. to get chilly around here. we haven't said that for a long time. >> thank you. com
a personal appeal and a call from president obama to send him home to stand trial, that officials are reevaluating whether to hold a planned summit with putin in moscow next month. after more than five weeks in moscow's terminal f, edward snowden is no longer a man without a country. this travel document issued with no warning to the u.s. lets him live in russia for at least a year. the white house did not hide its outrage. >> we are extremely disappointed that the russian government would take this step despite our very clear and lawful requests in public and in private to have mr. snowden expelled to the united states to face the charges against him. >> reporter: why would russia's strongman, vladimir putin risk cooperation with the u.s. over the snowden affair? nbc's jim maceda in moscow -- >> reporter: kremlin watchers say they believe the u.s./russian relationship is just too important to fail, and that the snowden saga will eventually blow over, leaving putin looking strong to fellow russians and president obama on the defensive. >> reporter: but putin always flamboyant even
of exposure to a chemical agent. tonight as the obama administration considers its response, u.s. warships are on alert in the mediterranean near syria. we have two reports beginning with nbc's eamon mohyeldin in cairo. >> reporter: doctors treated more than 3,600 patients wednesday, the day of the chemicals weapons attack, out of which more than 350 died as a result. now all of them they say displayed symptoms of neurotoxicity, an indication that perhaps chemical weapons were actually used. the syrian government has denied any responsibility and denied that it used chemical weapons, more importantly today on syrian state television they showed images of chemical weapons that were allegedly found in areas that were controlled by syrian rebels, an indication that perhaps it was the rebels that were responsible for launching these weapons. meanwhile, the top u.n. disarmament chief, the undersecretary-general for the united nations arrived today in damascus. she's been trying to press the syrian government to give u.n. inspectors access to the site of attacks so that they can determine exactl
. lester? >> miguel, thank you. >>> appears tonight the american fugitive president obama once referred to as a 29-year-old hacker has forced the president's hand into announcing a series of reviews and possible changes to the government's secret surveillance program. in an afternoon news conference, the president made it clear he regards edward snowden's leaks as criminal acts. but he acknowledged that the leaks have undermined public trust and required a much more rapid response. nbc's chuck todd asked the question that was on everyone's mind. he joins us now from the white house. chuck? >> good evening, lester. well is it a victory for edward snowden. it will depend on the high of the beholder. but clearly the president admitted his hand was forced when he announced a series of reforms for the controversial nsa surveillance programs. trying to mitigate the damage done to him politically by nsa leaker, edward snowden, the president announced new steps to try to restore public confidence in the controversial nsa surveillance program. the president refused, though, to give any credit to
, it is not clear whether there is a connection between all of the alerts. president obama continues to get updated regularly. lester? >> kristen welker at the white house. we are joined by counter terrorism analyst michael lighter and richard angle on the ground in egypt. i will begin with you. we are led to believe al qaeda has been severely weakened. what's happening on the arabian peninsula. >> it is true that al questioned is severely weakened in pakistan and afghanistan, but we have seen a rise in their affiliate in yemen. they worked quite hard and made gains against that affiliate, but they are still the most potent al qaeda affiliate out there in the world. very prominent bomb-makers there and people who have proven themselves quite operationally able both within yemen and overseas. >> richard, you have been to yemen and the government is working with the u.s. to defeat al qaeda there. how have they become so strong and has the center of power for al qaeda essentially shifted there? >> the yemeni government doesn't control all of its territory. that's one of the main problems. the yemeni g
are critical, which is why there are very strict protocols. investigators are >>> president obama was in phoenix today where he called again for major reforms in this country's mortgage finance system, as the nation's housing market improves. among other things, the president said the government-backed fannie mae and freddie mac should be eliminated. but it was this picture that caught our attention as he arrived today. a very cordial greeting from arizona governor jan brewer. it was in pretty sharp contrast to the finger pointing she appeared to give him when he was in phoenix a year and a half ago. the issue then was arizona's crackdown on undocumented immigrants. >>> still ahead as we continue here tonight, hidden danger at one of the most popular summer spots in america. the beautiful creature is on the water and a lot of folks are worried about what lies beneath. >>> and later, purchasing power. the visionary who revolutionized the way we shop and the way we read. tonight a lot of questions about the man behind this big buy. >>> we're back now with an increasingly common occu
:00. >> see you then. n the broadcast tonight, the strongest case yet for a strike on syria. the obama administration tonight calling president assad a thug and a murderer for chemical attacks on his own people. >>> secretary of state john kerry laying out the intelligence for a war-fatigued nation. a war-fatigued nation. >> some cite the risk of doing things. but we need to ask what is the risk of doing nothing? >> tonight, u.s. warships are in position. will the president give the order to strike? "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. i'm lester holt in for brian tonight. the words and the signals couldn't be clearer. it is virtually certain tonight the united states will not let syria's alleged use of chemical weapons go unpunished. the president today said he has not made a final decision in the course of action, but the case for a u.s. military attack was spelled out in no uncertain terms by secretary of state john kerry. like a prosecutor making an impassioned closing argument to a jury, kerry today made a point-by-point assessment of the evidence against syria, and warnin
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for reelection, obama claimed success in the fight against terrorism. al qaeda branches like the one in yemen are still a threat. >> for that reason, we have to be continually vigilant and have been. >> reporter: the state department said today that recent prison breaks in iraq, pakistan and libya orchestrated by al qaeda releasing almost 2,000 prisoners are not related to this current threat but could be a real worry going forward in coming months. brian? >> andrea mitchell following it at the state department for us tonight. andrea, thanks. >>> we have learned some new information tonight about the awful story out of southern california where a man is accused of intentionally plowing his car through a crowd of tourists, killing a young woman on her honeymoon, injuring many others. it happened along a stretch of the venice beach boardwalk. it was like so much else these days, captured on video. and fair warning, it can be tough to watch. nbc's miguel almaguer has the report from venice beach. >> reporter: a man behind the wheel of a dodge avenger plowing through an unsuspecting crowd. a summ
honor. today president obama names 16 distinguished americans recipients of the presidential medal of freedom. among them, bill clinton and oprah winfrey. the late sally ride who was the first american female astronaut in space. the late senator daniel inouye of hawaii. country music legend loretta lynn, ben bradley, former executive editor of the "washington post" and baseball great ernie banks. >>> when we come back here tonight, making a difference. and an extraordinary outpouring after we first told you about the folks helping a lot of young caped crusaders face their fears. >>> finally tonight, a follow-up to a "making a difference" report we brought you last month on an organization called "heart heroes." it provides capes to kids battling forces beyond their control. they've got heart problems. and lifting their spirits goes a long way. after our story, many viewers responded and nbc's kevin tibbles has an update for us tonight. >> oh, look at that. >> reporter: in spite of three open heart surgeries, nothing is going to slow 5-year-old crusader cyrus rixie down. not in his
democracy. >> despite the strong words, the obama administration continues to walk a thin diplomatic line, still refusing to call the military overthrow of president morsi a coup, meantime continuing to send egypt $1.5 billion a year in aid, most of it in the form of military hardware. tanks and fighter planes. richard, let me turn back to you and ask why the u.s. might be so hesitant to take a stronger stand against egypt's rulers. >> reporter: the american policy toward egypt is incredibly confusing right now. you saw secretary kerry a short time ago criticizing the egyptian government, the egyptian coup government, that took over, but a few weeks ago he was saying that it wasn't a coup, that this was an act to defend democracy. i think the united states wants to have it both ways with egypt. it wants to support the democratic process but also wants to maintain stability. and like it or not and like what you saw in this country today or certainly not, the egyptian military is considered one of the tent poles of stability across north africa and especially important for the country right
the crowds with tear gas and seized the bodies. lester? >> richard engel in cairo. thank you. president obama took time from his summer vacation today to publicly decry egypt's deadly crackdown. >> the united states strongly condemns the steps that have been taken by egypt's interim government and security forces. but, while we want to sustain a relationship with egypt, our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights are being rolled back. >> because of yesterday's violence, the president says the u.s. is canceling next month's planned joint military exercise with egypt, an exercise the two countries have held since the 1980s. but he made no mention of pulling the plug on ongoing u.s. military aid to egypt or other possible sanctions. let's bring in david gregory, moderator of "meet the press." david, why isn't the president taking a harder stance here? >> well, the bottom line, lester, it's not clear the president knows exactly what he can or should do at this point. i talked to white house officials who said with regard to pulli
government to end the violence? a lot, actually, so why won't it? nbc's david gregory tonight on the obama administration caught between a rock and a hard place. >> reporter: egypt's bloody crackdown has critics asking whether american taxpayers are footing the bill for all the violence. why the blame? follow the money. the amount of u.s. aid to egypt is an estimated $1.5 billion each year, including aircraft and tanks and military training for officers. only four other countries, including israel and iraq, get more. the president may condemn the violence -- >> we deplore violence against civilians. >> reporter: -- but won't call for an end to the aid. one adviser calls that a, quote, knee-jerk move at this point. critics argue the time is now. america's only leverage to pull egypt back from the brink is the money. >> at the end of the day, i don't want american dollars to be used by this interim government to basically kill their way into power. >> reporter: u.s. aid to egypt dates back to the camp david accords of 1979. it buys the u.s. military's access to the suez canal, which connects
early this morning. the syrian government denies using chemical weapons, something president obama has warned against. >> that's a red line for us, and there would be enormous consequences. >> reporter: but washington never backed up that threat, even after u.s. intelligence said in june that syria had used chemical weapons. inaction, rebels say, that embolden the syrian regime but now go much further. what was never supposed to happen again seems to be happening again and again. today's alleged atrocities took place just a few miles away from u.n. inspectors. they were denied access to the affected areas by the syrian government. the white house is demanding a full investigation. >> all right, richard. thank you. >>> bradley manning, the army private at the center of the wikileaks scandal has been sentenced to 35 years behind bars. the harshest punishment ever in the u.s. for leaking to the media. manning, a former intelligence analyst analyst, was found guilty last month of leaking hundreds of thousands of secret documents to wikileaks. he'll serve his time at the ft. leavenworth pri
of a chemical attack have still not been verified. from the syrian regime denials, as the obama white house which for a year has called the use of chemical weapons in syria a red line, is being cautious as it now calls for an investigation. you're about to see what the rebels say is the evidence. some of it is very graphic. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel joins us now with that. richard? >> reporter: good evening, lester. more videos emerge from syria today. they are unconfirmed by nbc news, but they are consistent with the accounts of witnesses we spoke to. and again, these images are graphic. the syrian government bombed villages outside damascus today, the same villages hit yesterday by what looks like a war crime. an outrage. hundreds killed by chemical weapons, the rebels say, many of them buried today in mass graves. a syrian cameraman contracted by our partner itn filmed people looking at an exploded rocket. near it, dead bodies. nbc news has no way to confirm that the casualties were caused by this weapon. there is still no definitive proof that chemical weapons were u
tonight, thanks. >>> as the obama administration amps up the rhetoric for possible military action against syria, a lot of americans are focused on other things, like the dwindling days of summer. is there support for a military strike? nbc's kevin tibbles went to the minnesota state fair today to see how all this is playing out far from washington. >> reporter: as the late summer heat wave beats down, folks head for the midway, cotton candy, corn dogs, corn on the cobb, ice cream, even pickles on a stick. today is also military appreciation day, many vets and their families now worry about alleged chemical attacks in syria. now, what to do with syria, that's the question nobody has the answer. >> chemical weapons? >> that's awful. nobody should use that. >> should the united states do anything about this? >> i would like to see them do something, because i think if we don't do something, it's going to turn. >> somebody's got to do something about it. >> to me it should be with the allies, otherwise we're going to get involved with something we don't want to get involved in. >> many fair g
president obama names scene distinguished americans, recipients of the presidential medal of freedom. among them, bill clinton and oprah winfrey. the late sally ride who was the first american female astronaut in space. the late senator daniel inouye of hawaii. country music legend loretta lynn, ben bradley, former executive editor of the "washington post" and baseball great ernie banks. >>> when we come back here tonight, making a difference. and an extraordinary outpouring after we first told you about the folks helping a lot of young caped crusaders face their fears. this is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every
in public office to grab your behind. >>> plus, as president barack obama returns to "the tonight show," why he has become the favorite target of the late- night comics. >>> now "inside edition" in high definition with deborah norville. >>> hello everybody and thank you for joining us. simon cowell is remaining maximum about having a baby with his good friend's wife but someone who is speaking out is the woman's mother. she says no crime has been committed so the crazeness surrounding her family has got to stop. >> there has been no crime committed here. >> reporter: it's the first interview with simon cowell's baby momma's momma. >> life has to go on forker and this has to stop. >> reporter: what do you mean this has to stop? >> all the trashing of my daughter and all this publicity that half is not true. >> reporter: lauren silverman's mother spoke about the media frenzy surrounding her daughter's affair with simon cowell. lauren is married to a wealthy businessman andrew silverman with whom she has a 7-year-old son. >> right now my main concern is my grandson, adam and my daughter. and th
boyfriend. >> he became part of our hearts. >>> then, kris jenner, visits president obama? >> the president of the united states criticized my daughter. >> why she's going after the president for what he said about her daughter kim kardashian. >>> and the simon cowell scandal. he's with a boatful of babes, without his pregnant mistress. >> he's reportedly paying $20,000 a month to put her up in this luxury highrise. >>> jfk assasination mystery solved, the grave next to lee harvey oswald? >>> and the kidnapping case rivetting the nation. she's safe now. >> and the bizarre twist, his dad was also accused of kidnapping. >> like father, like son? >>> plus, oprah and the $38,000 handbag controversy. you won't believe what some women would pay to get their hands on one of these. now, "inside edition," in high definition, with deborah norville. >>> hello, everybody, and thank you for joining us. the tv show "glee" won a teen choice award for best comedy this weekend, but star lea michele was in tears on stage as she saluted her late boyfriend and co-star cory monteith. it was her first public app
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